Metroid Prime 4 Updates: Retro Studios are on track and going on with its rapid hiring spree for Metroid Prime 4, and this time it’s picked up one of the designers of 2018’ God of war.
Retro Studios. The developer of the long-awaited Metroid Prime 4, has just recruited another high-profile industry professional to work in the game.
Metroid Prime 4 was officially announced during E3 2017 to catch up even more excitement for the newly-released Nintendo Switch, but fans didn’t receive the info on the last game until last year.
After Nintendo made the flatten announcement that Metroid Prime 4 has to be swept and refresh from scratch, the development of the game was completely passed on to Retro Studios.
Where Retro is superintended for the other streamline Metroid Prime games but was not initially involved with Prime 4. Now that the core is taken up again, the studios have been recruiting binge for thunderstruck talent in the industry.
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In recent times, Retro recruited the director of the cult hit Warhawk as the director of development for Metroid Prime 4. Conspicuously, the team spread their wings further.
To a spotlight by user Morroocotudo on the Rest Era forums, retro studios have just brought on Jon Marcella who worked for 10 years at Sony’s famed Santa Monica Studio, for the environmental design in Prime 4.
“There are no details about the position or the game itself” – this information was taken from Marcella’s LinkedIn account, which was updated as an environmental designer on Metroid Prime 4 about three months ago.
Tacitly, there are many more high-level positions to be occupied.
While Nintendo published news on Metroid Prime 4 too early, the hack that the IP is back in Retro’s hands is stimulating. Still, a lot is there to be accomplished and take a step but it’s too early for the announcement that it fairly has started a pinch of it.
If the talent Retro board seems to bring out, it more capable of leaving a fabulous Metroid title – even if that title doesn’t come arriving and hit the screens.